Dr K Lee (General Practitioner)
MBChB, JCPTGP, UCPD (Practical Palliative Care)
Dr Lee has been operating as a single-handed GP since March 2018. His perseverance was a reflection of his responsiveness to several service users, who wished to preserve the well-established family-orientated culture for patient comfort and trust. Using his vast amount of knowledge and skills in general practice, together with the continuing support of his dedicated team and the good cooperation of his service users, Dr Lee’s medical care has continued to be at an exceptionally high standard. Contributing to the succession plan of NHS, Dr Lee holds an honourary lecturer position at the University of Hull, where he is also responsible for developing our future doctors.
Dr J Loke (Director/Nursing Lead)
PhD; MBA; MSc; PGDip; BN; AdvDip; SHEA; International Scholar (HEA); Cert (Practice Nurse); LPE; RN
Dr Loke is a critical care and coronary care nurse by background and has a vast amount of leadership and management knowledge and skills. Dr Loke joined the surgery as a Practice Director in February 2019 to lead a service improvement project that was initiated by Dr Lee. In light of the project outcomes, she has extended her role to work alongside Dr Lee as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner (ANP). For more information, please access http://www.kwlee.karoo.net/
Dr T Webb
MBChB , MRCGP, DCH, DFFP
Dr Webb does insertion of pessaries, coil removal and S/C contraceptive implants.
Dr N Jaiveloo
MBBS, D.L.O. MRCGP
Mrs Lorraine Mills (Sr Practice Nurse)
DipHE (post registration studies for Nursing); Diip (CHD), Cert(EN Conversion to RGN); ENB (Teaching assessing in Clinical Practice); Cert(Treatment Room Nurs), RN
Lorraine brings to the surgery her 20 years of practice nurse knowledge and skills. Coming from Wilberforce Surgery where she is still in post as a lead nurse, Lorraine is assisting with the growing developmental plan of Park View Surgery. Lorraine is an enthusiastic learner and a focused teacher, that she is another valuable member to our highly effective team. Evidently, at this early stage of her nursing career with us, her distinctive excellent nursing skills, coupled with her caring disposition, are already making her very popular amongst our service users.
Ms Emma Ridley
Emma is our locum Advanced Nurse Practitioner (ANP), who has many years of experience in general practice as an ANP. She has joined the team recently to triage Doctors' appointments and authorise prescriptions.
Mrs Claire Newman-Minns
Claire has recently made an exciting move from a medical receptionist role to a phlebotomist. She is on her journey to becoming a Senior Healthcare Assistant.
Mrs Anita Shipley